W. H. Trout
794 Haight St San fracisco CalSep 24th 1906Dear Friend JohnWe arrived here yesterday forenoon and are now with my cousin Mrs Anna Cotton Everything has gone very well with us excepting my condition I got along with the heat of Winnipeg and the cold of the mountains but as soon as I got into the balmy moist air of the Pacific I began to take cold it was bad Had to lie a bed over half a day on account of it In two or three days I improved and then took on the most annoying and persistent [illegible]es of my life and took another severer cold on top of it so I am here now playing the envalid in sider to recover from both Have not yet made much progress but am hopeful of being better in a few days. Whether I shall compplete my visit in Frisco before going to your home or not I am uncertain At any rate you will hear from me again in a few days My little physical troubles did not hinder us from enjoying our journey most thoroughly particularly as far down as Portland.Hoping soon to see you I remain as ever yours W. H. Trout03764
San Francisco, Calif.
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